I've been running low on my beloved Boots Build Up Removal Shampoo which I use every Sunday so I thought I better stock up and pick up two. This is a deep cleansing shampoo which removes any build up left from products which leaves the hair feeling throughly cleansed. As Boots were running a 3 for 2, I picked up the Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo which I was recommended by my hairdresser to help grow my hair. I know that this is a mens shampoo but it works just as well on womens hair too. It helps to stimulate the hair roots during washing and it also helps to reduce hair loss which I seem to be suffering with.
I've been meaning to try the Boots Traditional Cold Cream for quite a while now so I'm glad that I've finally picked it up. It's an old school cleanser which helps give the skin a deep cleanse which leaving it feeling very soft. I'm hoping this will live up to my expectations of both the Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser and Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish. As Boots were running a 2 for £4 across their Vitamin E range which I sadly missed out on last time, I decided to take advantage of it and pick up two of my beloved Boots Vitamin E Gentle Eye Cream. This is a light weight eye cream which absorbs into the skin very quickly with an added bonus of SPF15. I've been using for well over a year now and I love it.
Another deal that Boots had on was buy one, get the second half price so I decided to pick up two nail varnishes that I've been lusting after for quite some time now. The first is the Bourjous So Laque Glossy Nail Varnish in BCBeige which is a cross between Models Own Utopia and Barry M Gelly Lychee. The other is the Revlon Colorstay Nail Varnish in Bare Bones which was raved about a lot earlier on this year. It's a rather light nude which I'm hoping will look good.